Delhi Police Commissioner Rakesh Asthana late on Sunday visited the sub-inspector’s residence who sustained a bullet damage in the course of the violence in Jahangirpuri, and guaranteed him of full assist from the division.
Sub-Inspector Meda Lal of Jahangirpuri Police Station had suffered the damage in the course of the violent clashes that occurred between two communities throughout a non secular procession on April 16 night.
Mr Asthana enquired about Mr Lal’s well-being and stated that the complete drive is pleased with the braveness he displayed on the web site of violence.
“CP Delhi visited Sub-Inspector Meda Lal of Police Station Jahangirpuri at his residence and enquired about his effectively being. CP, Delhi knowledgeable SI Meda Lal that the complete Pressure is pleased with his braveness and sense of responsibility, which helped in rapidly controlling the unruly mob,” stated a press release by the Delhi police.
“He assured him of all doable assist and help from the Division throughout these testing instances,” added the assertion.
Another accused has been arrested in reference to clashes that broke out in Delhi’s Jahangirpuri space on Saturday, taking the full variety of arrests up to now to 21.
Two juveniles have additionally been detained within the reference to the incident that left 9 individuals injured, together with eight police personnel and a civilian.
“Another accused has been arrested in reference to the Jahangirpuri violence case. He’s discovered to be beforehand concerned in a theft and an try to homicide case underneath Jahangirpuri Police station,” Deputy Commissioner of Police (DCP) North-West, Usha Rangnani stated.
In the meantime, the Delhi Police Crime Department and the district police are collectively probing the incident, stated Ravindra Yadav, Particular Commissioner of Police, Crime Department.
Of the 20 accused individuals within the case, 14 have been produced earlier than the Rohini courtroom on Sunday, which despatched two prime accused – Ansar and Aslam – to police custody for a day. The remaining 12 have been despatched to judicial custody for 14 days.